Kabelo “Bouga Luv” Mabalane, a Kwaito icon, author, and businessman who has been open about his battle with drug addiction, is commemorating a significant turning point in his recovery from addiction.
Mabalane said in an interview with IOL Entertainment that alcohol, marijuana, and cocaine were the first culprits.
He once embarked on a four-day cocaine binge, which led to his spending some time in the hospital.
Mabalane, an ordained preacher who also used his social media channels on Thursday, revealed to Mzansi that he had been clean for 20 years.
The celebrity said, “Today 20 years ago, a trip unlike any other started.
“This experience has helped me become more grounded; I now have faith in miracles. God bless you, Jesus. You can do the same thing if I can.
His actress wife Gail Mabalane also sent a message on Instagram congratulating the musician on his success.
“#LOML 20 YEARS CLEAN AND SOBER TODAY,” she wrote. @kabelomabalane, you motivate me and a lot of others. We’re really pleased with you. 🥰 143 ♥️ #LookAtGod.”
Kwaito star’s supporters and admirers swarmed Mabalane’s comments area with kind words and supportive remarks.
My brother…” Media tycoon Basetsana Kumalo stated, “Right now I am at a loss for words, but let me simply say that the God you worship is a magnificent God.
“The reality of your path, speaking it frankly,” she remarked. You are a legend for leading our church and so many others around the country in an open and sincere manner! God is gracious, or “Modimo o mohau.”
Media personality Thami Dish stated, “I adore it and I love y’all.
“That’s really wonderful. What an accomplishment! Janine Price, a vocalist, exclaimed, “God’s Grace!
Mabalane stated: “People use drugs and abuse drugs because they’re trying to cope with the situation” in an interview with Eusebius McKaiser on 702 in 2018.
“I injured several individuals. I was quite disruptive,” Mabalane stated.
Mabalane announced the release of a tribute CD in honour of Tokollo “Magesh” Tshabalala to fans while speaking at the burial of another TKZee bandmate.
He said that each time TKZee performs, they would pay tribute to Magesh’s legacy.
“TKZee is not gone; it will be here… If we do perform, I was considering having a microphone with a bucket on the stage. We’ll conduct ourselves in that manner at each and every performance.
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